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Financial Services

0.94 (0.12%)  (29/06/2016)
  • Close
  • 763.59
  • 52-week high
  • 1,018.3
  • 52-week low
  • 644.03
  • Volume
  • 46,379,302
  • 50-day average volume
  • 71,900,212
  • 1-month change
  • -0.64
  • 3-months change
  • -3.96
  • 12-month change
  • -22.88

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Muscat Securities Market announces new sample of Sharia Index


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DFM index sinks 3.2% after Brexit vote


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ADX lists Adnic's convertible bonds


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Gulf stock markets down on Brexit vote


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Kuwait, Gulf stocks dive on Brexit vote


Stock markets in the energy-rich Gulf states dropped yesterday in the first trading session after Britain voted to leave the European Union. All seven Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) stock markets were closed for the Muslim weekend on Friday when the

Kuwait stocks plunge amid volatile trading – Americana sheds 40 fils


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Brexit: Gulf investors concerned over market moves


Stock markets in Gulf states including Saudi Arabia dropped Sunday in the first trading session after Britain voted to leave the European Union. As GCC markets reacted negatively to the so-called Brexit, regional analysts, quoted by local media, said

Brexit effect on Oman MSM may be short-lived


Along with its peers in the region, the Muscat Securities Market made marginal gains on Thursday, one day before Britain voted to stay out the European Union. But for the world stock markets, it was a black Friday with a loss of about $2 trillion in

Technical analysis of the QSE index


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